High School Sports

  • Girls golf: Prairie View claims second in EMAC

    Prairie View High School's girls golf team took second in the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference this season. The result was based on two so-called "major tournaments" played over the last two weeks.


    The second one, which was April 28 at Riverdale Knolls Golf Course, was shortened to nine holes because of weather. The scores were doubled as a results.

  • Out with the old -- in with some of the new

    There's a new feature at Prairie View High School. It's in the form of a new scoreboard.

    A February windstorm destroyed the old board. Crews began the process of installing the new one this week.

    School District 27J officials said insurance covers the cost of replacing the board. The plan is to have it up and running before the end of the school year.

  • Prairie View's Anderson signs on North Dakota's dotted line

    Prairie View's Aleksandra Anderson made it official April 19.

    She signed her letter of intent to run track at the University of North Dakota. She announced her decision at the end of February.

  • Prairie View scoreboard -- April 28


    Monarch scored 10 times in the first half and went on to an 18-5 win over Prairie View in Brighton April 27.

    Chad Kreutzer and Jackson Rose scored three times for the Coyotes. Andrew Zwiers added two. No stats were available for PVHS.

  • Eagle Ridge scoreboard – Feb. 12

    Girls basketball

    Eagle Ridge doubled up on William Smith 44-22 in Brighton Feb. 8. No stats were available for either team.

    Aurora West got the measure of the Warriors Feb. 11 in Aurora by a score of 58-28. Angel Cooper led Aurora with 23 points. No stats were available for Eagle Ridge.

    Boys basketball

    Eagle Ridge took a 68-57 decision over William Smith in Brighton Feb. 9. Joel Mendoza poured in 21 points for the Warriors. Josh Ennis added 19.

  • Brighton HS scoreboard April 28


    Brighton scored 15 times in the first inning and beat Aurora Central 24-0 in Brighton April 26.

    Jose Treto was 4-for-5 and drove in six runs for the Bulldogs. Gavin Gifford was 4-for-5 and have five RBIs. Cole Farmer had four hits and drove in four runs. So did Danny Prickett. Treto struck out four batters in two innings of pitching. Liam Eddy struck out all three batters he faced in his one inning of work.

    Raul Vasquez and Jesse Salcido combined for the Trojans' three hits.

  • Brighton athletic schedule -- April 29

    Here is today's sports schedule – weather permitting

    Lacrosse: Fort Collins @ Prairie View, 7 p.m.

    Track and field: Brighton @ Grand Junction Invitational, all day

  • BHS cross country/track coach wraps up Boston Marathon

    BOSTON – Brighton High School librarian Karen Smidt, who hadn't run farther than 6 miles in the past two months because of an injury, finished the Boston Marathon April 18 in a time of 4 hours, 21 minutes and 8 seconds.

    She averaged about 6 mph (10 minutes per mile) in the famed road race. Her top speed of 6 1/2 mph came during the first 5 kilometers of the race. Her slowest pace (5.51) came between the 30K and 35K mark.

    Smidt tore her hamstring two months ago. 

  • Brighton's Gomez wins two events at Don Osse meet

    LAKEWOOD – Brighton's Kiana Gomez won two individual events at the Don Osse Lakewood Riger Invitational April 14 at Jeffco Stadium. She won the 100-meter hurdles in a time of 14.54 seconds. Her top distance in the triple jump was 37 feet 1 inch.

    Kiran Green won the girls 800-meter run. She turned in a time of 2:32.50. Green also finished fifth in the 1,600-meter run in a time of 5:35.3.

    Alicia Montoya was third in 800-meters. Her time was 2:34.87.

  • BHS spring football meeting April 28

    Brighton High School's spring football parent/player meeting is set for 6 p.m., April 28, in the school auditorium.

    In addition to serving as an introduction to new coach Casey Pelton and his staff, the meeting will include spring football and summer workout dates. Call 303-655-4242 or email cpelton@sd27j.net.